Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences
MATH 122

Fall 2008
Math 122 (Section 2)
Quiz 7 Solutions
Fall 2008
1. From the graph of f (x), we see that f (x) = 0 at x = 2, x = 0, and x = 3. We also see that f (x) is negative for 2 < x < 0 and positive for all ot
Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences
MATH 122

Fall 2008
Math 122 (Section 2)
Quiz 3 Solutions
Fall 2008
1. (a) From the graph of C(q) we see that C(0) = 3000, so the fixed costs are $3000. (b) We can use any two points on this line to obtain the slope. Fro
Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences
MATH 122

Fall 2008
Math 122 (Section 2) Name
Quiz 4 Solutions
Fall 2008
No calculators allowed. Simplify and circle each final answer. 1. (6 points) Find derivatives of each of the following functions. You should always
Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences
MATH 122

Fall 2008
Math 122 (Section 2)
Quiz 6 Solutions
Fall 2008
1. f (0) = 6 so the line goes through the point (0, 6). f (x) = ex + 2 so the slope of the line is f (0) = 3. The equation for the tangent line is y = 3
Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences
MATH 122

Fall 2008
Math 122 (Section 2) 1. The function f is not linear. The function g is linear. The function h is linear.
Quiz 1 Solutions
Fall 2008
2.
f (t) = 2(2)t/5 or f (t) 2(1.15)t
g(t) = 0.03t + 0.02
h(t) =
Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences
MATH 122

Fall 2008
Midterm 1 questions will be selected from the following list of questions:
First part. Prove the following.
Proposition 1.1. Let
Proposition 1.2. Let
Theorem 1.4. Let
a bq r ,
a, b, c Z.
ab
a, b, c ,
Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences
MATH 122

Spring 2009
Math 122 Sectio 12
No calculators aIIOWed. Simplify and circle each nal answer.
Quiz 4 February 25, 2009
1. (6 points) Find derivatives of each of the following flmctions. You should always
Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences
MATH 122

Spring 2009
Math 122 (Section 12) Quiz 10 April 8, 2009
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l. (4 points) Determine the exact value of ] f (9;) da: for each problem.
2 2. [6 points) Determine the velue of the total shaded area for each p
Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences
MATH 122

Fall 2008
Math 122
Test 1 Solutions (green version)
Fall 2008
1. Using the given values of the function along with the fact that f is exponential, we can quickly make a table of values with x = 2 by multiplying
Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences
MATH 122

Fall 2008
Math 122
Test 1 Solutions (white version)
Fall 2008
1. Using the given values of the function along with the fact that f is linear, we can quickly make a table of values with x = 2 by adding 6 to each